"Fatal Instinct" got the lone PG-13 in an ocean of Rs, including "Wide Sargasso Sea," toned down for homevideo from its theatrical rating of NC-17, according to the 1,282nd bulletin from the Motion…
Australia's TV industry has a new code of practice that gives stations more advertising freedom but stricter film classifications.
The Public Broadcasting System, long a target of conservative criticism, has been tagged by a liberal media watchdog group as too mainstream.
Last week…$ 137,350,000 1992…$ 96,070,000 1991…$ 88,976,000 Year to date…$ 3,309,100,000 1992…$ 3,037,500,000 1991…$ 3,008,600,000
The world premiere of Roger Avary's "Killing Zoe" will help kick off the inaugural Raindance Film Market, scheduled for Oct. 16-22 at London's Planet Hollywood. Raindance is England's first film…
Hollywood strapped on its six-guns and duded itself up Saturday night as Ted Turner, Jane Fonda and a handful of cinema cowpokes including Clint Eastwood claimed their spurs at the 11th annual Golden…
Silvio Berlusconi swore he'd never do it. But after months of preparations, a public offering of Fininvest's huge publishing wing is set to begin today.
Australia's third national documentary conference, scheduled for Dec. 2-5, will focus on opportunities in the Asian-Pacific market and interactive multimedia.
Peter Pruce, who graduated last year from UCLA film school, has already sold his second script -- based on the story of Rasputin -- to Paramount Studios. The studio has asked Pruce to do some…
MULTIMEDIA SPLASH returns of '60s stars are becoming rather frequent -- Tina Turner, Pete Townshend -- but few rival the planned 1994 hit parade of Marianne Faithfull.
After taking a public tongue-lashing from Paramount, Fox Thursday defended its decision to buy a UHF indie in Philadelphia and to chuck its affiliation pact in the market with Par-owned WTXF.